Waterfall City Welcomes ContinuitySA to its Corporate Campus

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ContinuitySA, Africa’s leading provider of business continuity management services, has chosen Waterfall’s Corporate Campus as the location for its newest premises.


The firm, which focuses on enhancing business resilience in an age of escalating threats, is expanding to accommodate greater demand for disaster recovery and work area recovery facilities.

In the current environment, responsible companies are placing increasing emphasis on the need for resilient business continuity plans and capabilities. Core to this is ensuring that their disaster recovery competency is supported by robust infrastructure. Waterfall Corporate Campus has been developed to support this, offering dedicated networking capacity, best in class ‐ and environmentally conscious

− power supply, and the flexibility for companies to expand their space requirement as the need arises. With ContinuitySA’s client base becoming increasingly conscious of the need to provide alternative work areas for occasions when their primary sites are inaccessible – whether the reason be fire, flood or industrial action ‐ the ability to offer their clients attractive, efficient, off‐site working space in an on‐site location is critical.

Attacq’s Chief Development Officer, Giles Pendleton says, “We are committed to creating safe, sustainable spaces for our clients and visitors. Corporate Campus has been developed with the very best in urban design and sustainability principles, the Campus offers green design elements such as pedestrian walkways and shaded cantered roofs, unique architectural features in each of the buildings, as  well  as  centrally  located  communal  amenities  such  as  conference  facilities  and  a  restaurant. ContinuitySA’s office is currently targeting a 4‐Star Green Star rating by the Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA).”

Situated on the corner of Waterfall Drive and Lethabo Close, Corporate Campus is a secure, 35,000m2 premium‐grade office park. It comprises seven buildings in total, and is already home to several prominent companies, such as Accenture, Isuzu Motors South Africa, Decision Inc. and SASSETA. Miron Naidoo, Development Manager at Attacq, commented, “With elevated market interest in our Waterfall development portfolio, it is imperative that we present our clients with a comprehensive.

mixed‐use offering that reflects the iconic lifestyle city we have created. Waterfall Corporate Campus showcases the precinct’s ability to house architecturally innovative, and environmentally responsible, spaces in which people can connect, unwind and thrive.”

Corporate Campus’ proximity to the Mall of Africa, and other amenities within Waterfall City such as the Netcare Hospital, Curro School other A‐grade office developments, and a range of residential developments, makes it ideal for companies that prioritise employee work‐life balance.

"As specialists in business continuity and resilience, we pride ourselves on our ability to identify and mitigate risk. “The Campus offers a robust location from which we can help our clients build resilience into their operations, providing executives, directors, suppliers, clients and regulators with peace of mind. We are delighted to have joined the Waterfall family and look forward to servicing our clients from this central hub," concluded Michael Davies, CEO of ContinuitySA.

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